Week 7 Homework – Last one for this year! Due – 29/11/19


Using Pixelmator (or another school app of your choice) create a poster to display a quote that explains to you something about leadership. If you don’t recognise the author of the quote then make sure you do a little research before sharing your quote with the class.

The quote needs to be clear and be a part of a classroom display of INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES.


Homework Term 4 – Week 6

Student Leadership Presentation:

For this week’s homework, and as part of our leadership investigation, you are going to prepare a presentation about yourself and your leadership skills.

Your presentation can be one of the following:

  • A speech
  • A Keynote Presentation
  • An iMovie
  • If you have another idea you need to check with your teacher

Your Presentation should include:

  1. Information about yourself eg: hobbies.
  2. Explain the leadership skills you have and perhaps an example of a time that you’ve used them.
  3. Provide some examples of leadership opportunities that you’ve had. These can include opportunities both at school and outside of school. For example JSC/EC and/or captaining a sport team.
  4. Explain why you would like to be a school leader.

Your presentation should be between 1 and 2 minutes long.

  • Now that you’ve completed your presentation and you are considering applying to be a Grade 6 School Leader in 2020, you may consider using this presentation in support of your application.

How Do We Lead The Way?

We are going on a ‘virtual’ excursion to Parliament House.

Spend a few minutes having a look around Parliament House using the site below.


Answer the questions about Parliament House using the ‘Fact’ link- https://www.peo.gov.au/quick-answers/parliament-house-the-building.html

Take some time to access the links to further information.

Share a fact with the class

The link below lists 20 questions about the Government of Australia. You will be given a random question that you need to read carefully and share with the class.


If there are any words you are unsure of you will need to do further research to find out their meaning.

What if we wanted to really visit Parliament House? Prepare a budget that includes:

–  return flights to Canberra for your family

– accommodation for 3 nights

– transfers to and from the airport

– meals (allowance)

– souvenirs (allowance)

Show your itinerary for the 3 days using a table format. Screen capture your flights/ hotel/ etc

A Letter From the Trenches

Click on the link below to research some war letters contained in the national archives:


Creative Writing

Now imagine you are involved in trench warfare during WWI. Write a letter to a friend or family member from the trenches that accurately depicts what life is like for you. Write in PRESENT TENSE and try to keep the tone of the letter “upbeat”.

You might like to structure your letter like this:

Paragraph 1 – Thank the person you are writing to for a letter or package that they may have sent you.

Paragraph 2 – Describe the conditions in the trenches.

Paragraph 3 – Have you been sick or injured? Describe your injury or illness.

Paragraph 4 – Describe what you miss about home – or what you are looking forward to on your  “return”.

Sign off.


Attention Global2 users: Department-funding for Global2 is being discontinued.

The Department of Education and Training will not be funding the use of Global2 past the end of the current contract on 31st of December 2020.

Please refer to FUSE for further details on the discontinuation of funding and transition options available for schools.

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